‘LOST THEIR MINDS?’ Reform Jewish Camp Hit For Flying Palestinian Flag

A popular Jewish summer camp in Washington state raised a Palestinian flag last week in what it called a “teachable moment,” angering campers, parents and other supporters of Israel. Read more

Italian Jets, and The Israelis Who Profited From A $2.8B Deal

In 2012, Israel agreed to buy 30 training jets from the Italian air force. The last plane was delivered a year ago. Read more

This $590000 iPhone Robbery Sounds Like The Craziest Heist Movie

A year-long manhunt ended last weekend, when police arrested a gang of five Romanian stunt thieves near a large collection of Van Gogh paintings in the Netherlands. Read more

Top Cybersecurity Firm Targeted By Hackers

Cybersecurity firms are paid to protect their clients from hackers. But what happens when they’re the target? Read more

Federal Investigation Into Helicopter Business Ongoing

Nine months after the FBI and other federal agents seized helicopters, flying certificates and logbooks from Hansen Helicopters Inc. in Guam and Saipan, their investigation continues. Read more

Israeli Tycoon Shaul Elovitch Tells Creditors He May Sell Control of Bezeq Telecoms Giant

Shaul Elovitch is expected to accede to demands from his bank creditors to sell off half of his controlling stake in Bezeq over the next few years, with the aim of helping settle 1.2 billion shekels ($340 million) in debt his Eurocom Group owes. Read more

The “Blood Diamond” Magnate Who Is At The Center of Och-Ziff’s Bribery Scandal In Africa

The United States’ first foreign-bribery case against a hedge fund is full of dramatic detail. Read more

Sex Abuse Fugitive To Be Sent Back To US

Immigration police in collaboration with America’s FBI have arrested a US man who fled to Cambodia after being accused of child sex offences. Read more

Expansion, Vandalism of Eruv Used By Jewish Community Sparks Debate

POMONA – The expansion and vandalism of a structure used by the Orthodox Jewish community in Rockland County and New Jersey has caused controversy among residents. Read more